We are very pleased to supply as Really Rare and Lovely Antique French Woodblock produced for Wallpaper generation, probably created by French designer Zuber et Cie (founded 1797). The framed Artwork is a beautiful, deep all-natural brown wooden with meticulous METALWORK in intricate handmade designs. This unique French Woodblock Artwork has been registered with the Nationwide Good ARTS TITLE REGISTRATION underneath the title, "TEMPLAR." You obtain this first Certification with the framed artwork. The Artwork actions about 12" x 12", 30.48 cm x 30.48 cm inside of a deep black shadowbox with a glass front, completely ready to cling on the wall. It has carved handles on the again employed to push this into the paper or fabric to produce the designer wall paper. It has hand-composed marks on the again and a quantity stamped on the aspect of the woodblock. Finally, it is marked Produced IN FRANCE. Woodblock printing on wallpaper became famous in France at the end of the 18th century. Manufactures like Joseph Dufour et Cie (1797 - c. 1830) or Zuber et Cie (founded 1797) employed the woodblock printing for wall paper generation. In 1806, in collaboration with the artist Jean-Gabriel Charvet, Dufour et Cie developed a twenty-panel set of scenic wallpaper entitled Sauvages de la Mer du Pacifique (Savages of the Pacific), which became really famous. It was the greatest panoramic wallpaper of its time, and marked the burgeoning of a French market in panoramic wallpapers. Whilst Joseph Dufour et Cie was shut down in the 1830's Zuber et Cie is nevertheless existing and statements to be the previous factory in the globe to produce woodblock printed wallpapers and furnishing materials. For its generation Zuber utilizes woodblocks out of an archive of a lot more than one hundred,000 engraved from the seventeenth and 19th century which are labeled as a "Historic Monument." It gives panoramic sceneries such as "Vue de l'Amérique Nord", "Eldorado Hindoustan" or "Isola Bella" and also wallpapers, friezes and ceilings as effectively as hand-printed furnishing materials.
*Rare antique FRENCH Woodblock Architectural ART Wallpaper press, entitled "TEMPLAR", with Certificate & Frame
* Likely designed by/ after French designer Zuber et Cie (founded 1797).
*Registered with the NATIONAL FINE ARTS TITLE REGISTRATION under the title, "TEMPLAR."
*French Woodblock measures approximately 12" x 12"(30.48 cm x 30.48 cm)
*Deep natural brown wood with meticulous metalwork in gorgeous handmade designs